Features, Opinion & Analysis

2 hours ago | June 25, 2022

@JAMWANDA2 ON SATURDAY: Of clerics and the secular question

God’s emissaries I have nothing against clerics or pastors; in fact my reverence for them is a euphemism for the abject ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: High time we treat athletes with respect

THIS weekend will see most of the country’s top middle and long-distance athletes making their way to the eastern border ...

Never do short-cuts on social media

Tom Muleya Fraud Insight The advent of technological advancement culminating in massive migration to cyber space has ...

How to develop a growth mindset II

Arthur Marara Point Blank By now, you are well aware of the advantages of developing a growth mindset. My assumption is ...

One day at a time . . .

Dr Nick Ohizu The Voice of God The advent of technological advancement culminating in massive migration to cyber space ...

There is nothing as stubborn as an ‘IT’

Fadzayi Maposah Correspondent The advent of technological advancement culminating in massive migration to cyber space ...

Day to amplify voices of widows marked

Phillipa Mukome-Chinhoi Herald Correspondent Zimbabwe joined the rest of the world on Thursday in commemorating the ...

1 day ago | June 24, 2022

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Councillors won’t run away from accountability

THE easiest and most effective way to end corruption is to stop it happening in the first place. To as far as possible ...

Empowerment reduces human, wildlife conflict in Mbire

Bees sting and kill ,many people the world over but when handled properly bees provide a huge source of income, with ...

Zim-Turkey relations: Symbol of shifting power dynamics

In 2002, Turkey only had 12 embassies in Africa. At the end of 2021, 43 embassies were recorded, a triple multiplication ...

Focus on rural development anchors Vision 2030

There are good reasons why the New Dispensation’s focus on an accelerated rural development programme is right on point ...

Agenda 2063: Is unity lingering in dizziness?

The goals and aspirations of the African Union (AU) in its Agenda 2063 initiative are noble. Priority areas are ...

Lack of cash puts adult literacy classes in jeopardy

ADULT literacy classes started at Salisbury’s Dzivaresekwa (Gillingham) African Township last year, now attended by 66 ...

2 days ago | June 23, 2022

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Covid-19 guard needs to be maintained

The infection rates of Covid-19 have fallen, but they have not gone away with just under 100 new infections a day and 17 ...